Finally, a webinar (complimentary) on bribery and corruption for lawyers! New York Law Journal

WITH A HUGE THANKS TO THE NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL FOR DOING THIS!  I WILL BE SURE TO ATTEND AND ASK THEY POST THIS ON YOU TUBE!
From: NYLJ <nylj@email.alm.com>
To: kenditkowsky@yahoo.com
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2015 1:25 PM
Subject: Join Us for a Complimentary Bribery and Corruption CLE Webinar – March. 3
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Tuesday, March 3 | 2:00-3:00 pm ET 

Together in Arms: Lawyers and Forensic Accountants Fight Bribery and Corruption

Approved for 1 CLE credit for CA, IL, NJ and NY


Anti-bribery and corruption remain a major risk and concern for multi-national corporations and the focus of continuing DOJ and SEC investigations. Whether conducting risk assessments, due diligence or investigations, or monitoring the effectiveness of ABC compliance programs, when lawyers and forensic accountants team up, they create a powerful alliance that can help client organizations with their anti-bribery and corruption-related matters.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in this webinar where we will discuss, among other things:
  • The unique and technical capabilities that forensic accountants bring to the table 
  • How accounting and control environments are key to assessing the risks of bribery and conducting FCPA investigations
  • The importance of data analytics when identifying risks and developing investigative or due diligence procedures 
  • The challenges companies face around third-party risk management and i ntegrity due diligence as a critical element of an effective compliance program
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